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Write a Patent Application II
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Patent Agent or Attorney - Draft Provisional Patent NEEDED
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Content writing in genetics field
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Legal Copywriting - using existing reference (Australia)
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Write a Patent Application
“Ian Coyle has a done an outstanding job in helping me re-write my non-provisional utility patent. If I could give him a 10 star rating (out of available 5 star system), I will!!! Beyond the excellent qualities of a good patent agent, such as being professional, intelligent, skilled, knowledgeable, personable, candid, responsive, fast, dedicated, etc. he actually went beyond the normal course of duty to strengthen my application. He also patiently listened, considered and dealt with my various questions and requests during the course of the project. The last two qualities are what, in my opinion, differentiate a GREAT from a good patent agent. It is an understatement that Ian Coyle is highly recommendable. The reality is that, as a serial inventor and having worked with many patent agents, I consider myself lucky and fortunate to have met Ian Coyle. You will too, as soon as you have an opportunity to work with him. Grab to Ian as long as he is still available! You will thank yourself!”patrick888 5 years ago
Patent LawApr 2007
Peer-reviewed scientific research, writing, and publishingAug 1997 - May 2005 (7 years)
I continue to write and ghostwrite for researchers, bloggers, small businesses, and others in need of high quality research and copy.
BS Biology1992 - 1996 (4 years)
PhD - Cellular and Molecular Biology1997 - 2003 (6 years)
JD (Law)2005 - 2009 (4 years)
Patent Agent (2009)United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)
I am authorized to represent clients from any state and to prosecute patent applications/matters in any technology area before the USPTO. I am also available as a technical researcher and writer for all types of academic and for-profit enterprises. I have received editorial praise for my technical writing skills (see publications below) and my expertise spans a wide array of sciences.
Confocal imaging of fluorescently labeled proteins in the Drosophila larval neuromuscular junction
In: in CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY: METHODS AND PROTOCOLS (Stephen W. Paddock ed., Humana Press 2d ed. This is a methods paper describing techniques for visualizing NMJs inlcuding a few tips and tricks I developed as a graduate student. It is part of a manual compiled by Stephen Paddock, one of the world's longstanding experts in confocal microscopy and a collegue of mine at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Coordinating Synaptic Growth without Being a Nervous Wreck
Catherine A. Collins & Aaron DiAntonio, 41 Neuron 489 (2004). This is an editorial review article highlighting the success of my graduate research.
MAYA-MOL: Graphics Tools for Molecular Neuroscience
Ian P. Coyle, MAYA-MOL: Graphics Tools for Molecular Neuroscience (2000) (Ph.D. minor thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dept. of Computer Sciences) (published online at [login to view URL]). This was a minor thesis project I initiated as a junior associate in the NSF-funded biotechnology training program at UW-Madison.
Nervous Wreck, an SH3 adaptor protein that interacts with Wsp, regulates synaptic growth in Drosophila
Ian P. Coyle, Young-Ho Koh, Wyan-Ching Mimi Lee, Jessica Slind, Tim Fergestad, J. Troy Littleton, & Barry Ganetzky, Nervous Wreck, an SH3 adaptor protein that interacts with Wsp, regulates synaptic growth in Drosophila, 41 NEURON 521 (2004). This paper presents the main thrust of my graduate research applying forward and reverse genetics in insects and mammals to identify and characterize neuron-specific genes.
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